Did Your Mirena IUD Puncture Your Uterus?

You are not alone. Between 2008 and 2012, the Food and Drug Administration received 1,322 reports from victims of Mirena uterine perforations. In fact, some sources estimate that two out of every 1,000 women suffer uterine perforation during or after Mirena IUD placement.

Yet, even with the large number of Mirena complaints, Bayer continues to market the product and downplay the serious side effects.

At Girardi | Keese, we believe drug and medical device companies that fail to adequately warn consumers of potential defects should be held accountable. And we have the resources and passion to do just that. Call 800-401-4530 today.

What Is A Uterine Perforation?

A uterine perforation is a puncture in the uterus that is most frequently caused by the IUD placement itself, but can also be caused by migration of the Mirena device.

Uterine punctures are serious problems that can cause:

  • Hemorrhage
  • Infection, including sepsis
  • Infertility
  • Punctures to other organs, including the bladder and intestines
  • Hysterectomy
  • Death

Join us in telling Bayer that this is not an issue to take lightly. If you or a loved one has experienced a Mirena uterine perforation, consider filing a lawsuit to recover compensation for your financial, physical and emotional injuries.

Why Contact Girardi | Keese’s Mirena Litigation Attorneys?

At Girardi | Keese, we have more than 40 years of experience fighting on behalf of individuals who have been injured by the world’s largest drug companies. We have recovered more than $3 billion for injured individuals throughout California and the United States. To say we are passionate about what we do is an understatement.

We have the financial, technical and scientific resources to help you seek answers for the Mirena uterine perforation that caused you or a loved one harm. Put our resources, decades of experience and passion on your side. Contact us today . Call 800-401-4530.


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